|Assistant Professor in Marketing - HEC Lausanne University|
|Updated on November 19, 2004|
The Ecole des Hautes Etudes Commerciales (HEC) of Lausanne University invites applications for a full-time non-tenure track position :
Assistant Professor in Marketing
Applicants should have a Ph.D. in Marketing and a strong dedication to research. The annual teaching load includes three or four courses (one course taught every other year) and a 2-day module, at the Masters level. These courses cover marketing fundamentals, salesforce management, strategic marketing and a marketing area to be determined, depending on the candidate's area of specialization, preferably among the following : New product development and diffusion, Distribution and trade marketing, Pricing policies. The candidate should be able to teach in English upon arrival and in French one year later.
Starting date : September 2005 or to be agreed.
Applicants should submit a letter of motivation, a curriculum vitae, a brief research plan and two letters of reference, before December 31, 2004, to the Dean of the Ecole des HEC, Prof. François Grize, Université de Lausanne, BFSH1, CH 1015 Lausanne, Suisse.
For further details regarding course load etc.., please check our web site :
|Lecturers in Marketing - School of Business - University of Sydney|
|Updated on November 3, 2004|
School of Business - University of Sydney
Lecturer in Marketing
Senior Lecturer in Marketing
The School of Business is seeking to make up to four appointments at lecturer or senior lecturer level to strengthen and further develop its research and teaching capability in Marketing. The Discipline of Marketing has grown rapidly at the University of Sydney in recent years and places a strong emphasis on research, as evidenced by recent publications in the Journal of Consumer Research.
The Marketing Discipline embraces multiple research paradigms to examine consumer decision making, judgement, purchase decisions, and consumption behaviour. It has recently expanded its research profile to include business-to-business marketing, multi-national alliances, and strategic marketing, adopting a global perspective on traditional approaches to the creation of value chains.
The School of Business offers courses in a wide range of disciplines in addition to marketing including business law, business information systems, accounting, international business, management, transport and logistics, and work and organisational studies. The School currently comprises over 100 academic staff in these combined discipline areas as well as its leading research centres in the world of work (acirrt) and transport management (Institute of Transport Studies).
Essential criteria for Lecturer (B40/005276): A PhD in Marketing (or a PhD soon to be submitted); evidence of high quality teaching; demonstrated ability to achieve research outcomes with refereed publications; an active research program with significant potential for future publication; expertise in one or more of the major areas of marketing including, in particular, retailing, services marketing, consumer behaviour, international marketing and quantitative modelling; and evidence of successful teamwork and a collegial approach to teaching and research.
Desirable criteria Lecturer: Experience in industry and/or the profession and membership of a recognised professional association.
Essential criteria for Senior Lecturer (B40/005277): A PhD in Marketing; evidence of high quality teaching with substantial teaching experience, at both undergraduate and postgraduate level, and evidence of contributions to course and program development; an established research record including a number of publications in high quality refereed international journals; an active research program with significant potential for future publication; expertise in one or more of the major areas of marketing including, in particular, retailing, services marketing, consumer behaviour, international marketing and quantitative modelling; evidence of leadership skills and ability to foster excellence in research, teaching and policy development in the discipline; competency in administration including course and program administration; evidence of commitment and service to University, discipline, profession; evidence of successful teamwork and a collegial approach to teaching and research.
Desirable criteria for Senior Lecturer: Ability to attract research funding; a successful record of honours and postgraduate supervision.
Applicants must state which position they are applying for, including the reference number. Applicants applying for both positions must address the essential and desirable for each position.
The positions are full-time continuing, subject to the completion of a satisfactory probation and/or confirmation period for new appointees. Membership of a University approved superannuation scheme is a condition of employment for new appointees. A salary supplement may be negotiated with the successful applicant. For further information, contact Professor Charles Areni, Chair of the Discipline of Marketing on (02) 9351 6732 or e-mail: email@example.com or Professor Sid Gray, Head of School of Business on (02) 9351 3552 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Remuneration package: $71,514 - $84,892 p.a. (which includes a base salary Lecturer Level B $60,431 - $71,762 p.a., leave loading and up to 17% employer’s contribution to superannuation)
Remuneration package: $87,544 - $100,801 p.a. (which includes a base salary Senior Lecturer Level C $74,028 - $85,359 p.a., leave loading and up to 17% employer’s contribution to superannuation)
|Senior Professors in Marketing - Bordeaux Business School|
|Updated on November 3, 2004|
The department of Marketing currently led by Pierre Mora, peer reviewer and member for WACRA (World Association for Case Research ), with two international research centres in Wine Marketing, and in Business Relationship, announces two vacancies for a full time senior professor. One vacancy is for fall 2005, the other will start by fall 2006.
We are looking for:
Candidates with a Ph.D. in one of the area of marketing. Candidates should have a list of innovative research publications, with active contacts within the university networks and communities. Candidates are expected to have a relevant experience in teaching within the undergraduate or graduate programs
Applications, including CV, publications list should be sent to the assistant of the department, Ms Delphine GUENARD, Bordeaux Business School, 680 cours de la Libération, 33405 TALENCE cedex, France, email@example.com
|Marketing positions - Aston Business School|
|Updated on September 9, 2004|
At the Heart of Business and Management Research….
Lectureships/Senior Lectureships/Readers in Marketing
Aston Business School (ABS) is one of the largest schools of study in Aston University.Situated in parkland at the heart of Birmingham, the UK’s second largest city, ABS has an established record of academic excellence, having achieved AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA accreditations, QAA 24/24 and RAE 5. It has a thriving research culture, and strong demand from well-qualified students for its range of undergraduate, Masters and post-experience courses. Applicants should have a good first degree and a doctorate in a relevant subject area, a strong commitment to high-quality teaching and research, and a demonstrated ability or potential to publish in leading journals.
Candidates must be willing to teach and research in a multi-disciplinary environment and will be expected to make an important contribution to core teaching and research, including research supervision, within the Marketing Group. Ideally candidates’ research interests will reflect the international focus of the School and will fall into one of the following areas: marketing research; consumer behaviour; marketing communications; marketing psychology or international marketing.
Further particulars and application forms may be obtained electronically on http://www.aston.ac.uk/hr/recruitment.htm or from the Personnel Office on Tel: +44 (0) 121 359 0870; email: firstname.lastname@example.org; quoting reference no: A04/203.
|Lecturer in Marketing - University of Notthingham|
|Updated on June 25, 2004|
Applications are invited from suitably qualified individuals who have a research interest in any area of marketing. However, candidates with a proven track record of high quality research in international marketing or marketing research will be particularly welcome. Candidates should be capable of contributing to teaching and supervising across a range of the School's undergraduate and postgraduate modules in marketing where a commitment to research-led teaching excellence is essential.
Nottingham University Business School is a leading centre for management education and is situated in one of the most popular universities in the UK. The School is located in state-of-the-art premises on the award winning Jubilee Campus, a few minutes from the University Park campus. A second Business School building opens this summer.
The school conducts world-class research and achieved a Grade 5 in the 2001 RAE. Its teaching has been rated as 'excellent' by HEFCE. As part of its on-going development, the School has recently recruited to a significant number of new posts. It currently has 28 Professor and 12 Research Centres and Institutes. It is anticipated that the full complement of academic staff will exceed 100 during the next academic year. Apart from its UK based operations, the Business School delivers programmes at the University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus and in Singapore. The current vacancies reflect the School’s commitment to continued expansion and enhancement of its status and reputation as a leading international Business School.
Informal enquiries may be addressed to Dr J Devlin, Acting Head of the Marketing Division, tel: 0115 9515264, Email: James.Devlin@Nottingham.ac.uk
Further details and application forms are available on the WWW at: http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/hr/vacancies/academic.html or from the Human Resources Department, Highfield House, The University of Nottingham, University Park, Nottingham NG7 2RD. Tel: 0115 9513262, Fax: 0115 9515205. Please quote relevant reference number. Closing date: 22 July 2004
|The E. Claiborne Robins Distinguished Professorship in Business - University of Richmond|
|Updated on June 22, 2004|
University of Richmond
The E. Claiborne Robins Distinguished Professorship in Business
The Robins School of Business invites inquiries, nominations, and applications for the E. Claiborne Robins Distinguished Professorship in Business. Candidates must have a demonstrated commitment to academic excellence, an outstanding record of scholarly research, an international reputation among professional peers in the field of international business and recognized excellence in teaching. Screening for the position will begin July 1, 2004, and continue until the position is filled. The E. Claiborne Robins Distinguished Professorship in Business is a five-year-term faculty position. The starting date is Fall, 2005. Salary will be highly competitive, commensurate with experience and qualifications. Applicants must submit a letter of application, a curriculum vitae, and a list of four references with contact information to:
Dr. Dana Lascu
The University of Richmond is a private, highly selective university with a rising national and international profile. The institution is consistently ranked one of the nation's top universities by U.S. News & World Report and other college guides. The University is noted for its challenging academic programs, excellent facilities, commitment to undergraduate education, and strong resource base, including an endowment exceeding one billion dollars. An ambitious 10-year strategic plan provides a strong sense of momentum for the future. Richmond has a full-time enrollment of approximately 3,400 in schools of arts and sciences, business, law, and leadership studies. In addition, the University enrolls approximately 1,300 part-time students through a school of continuing studies. Over 90% of the full-time undergraduates live on campus, more than half are involved in internships, and two-thirds participate in community service.
Located two hours south of Washington, D.C., Richmond has a population of one million, and as state capital, is home to numerous financial, cultural and civic organizations. The University's campus, annually named one of the nation’s most beautiful, is located six miles west of downtown and offers an extraordinary quality of life for faculty, staff and students.
The University is an equal opportunity employer.
|Chair of Marketing - Lund University|
|Updated on June 22, 2004|
Applications are sought for the Chair of Marketing in the Department of Business Administration at the School of Economics and Management, Lund University, Sweden.
Candidates must have a distinguished record in teaching and research. In addition to supervision of doctoral students, teaching is primarily concentrated to the masters- and PhD-program. Teaching load is low and the salary is competitive.
Lund School of Economics and Management combines academic tradition with innovation and close contacts with the private and public sectors. The mission is to provide excellence in research as well as in education. The School of Economics and Management achieved EQUIS accreditation in 2001. Information about the school is available at www.ehl.lu.se . Lund University, with seven faculties and a number of research centers and specialized institutes, is the largest unit for research and higher education in Sweden. Lund University was founded in 1666, partly in order to knit the provinces which had been ceded by Denmark in 1658 closer to Sweden. Since then, the University has developed into a modern international center for research and higher education. At present, more than 38000 students are enrolled at Lund University and altogether some 6000 people are employed. Information about Lund University is available at www.lu.se
The application should be written according to specific guidelines that can be requested from the administrative office, phone +46462221418. For further information about the position, please contact the head of the department, Gert Paulsson, email@example.com , phone: +46462227822. Send applications to Registrator, Lund University, P.O. Box 117, 221 00 Lund, Sweden. Please refer to position nr. 2316 in the application. Applications must be received before August 18. 2004.
|Lectureships in Marketing - University of Strathclyde|
|Updated on April 27, 2004|
The Department of Marketing is part of the internationally recognised, AACSB and EQUIS-accredited Strathclyde Business School. We wish to invest in two outstanding Lecturers in all areas of Marketing and International Marketing. If you have an excellent record of research and teaching in these areas and would like to contribute to achieving our ambitions we would like to hear from you.
Salary in the range: £22,191 - £33,679 per annum (review pending).
For application form (Ref: 19/04) and further particulars (available on request in alternative format for applicants with a disability) visit Vacancies at our website http://www.strath.ac.uk or contact the Personnel Office, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, G1 1XQ. Tel: 0141 553 4133 (24 hour Voicemail Service).
Applications closing Date: 16 April 2004.
We value diversity and welcome applications from all sections of the community.
|MSc in Strategic Marketing - Cardiff Business School|
|Updated on April 27, 2004|
Cardiff Business School’s Marketing and Strategy Section continue the development of the section by launching a new MSc in Strategic Marketing to begin in September 2004. The MSc in Strategic Marketing, like all those at the Business School, has been designed to provide a mixture of theory and practice which students find both intellectually challenging and suitable for providing a basis for further career development.
The MSc has been developed for those candidates wishing to enhance their careers in marketing or devlop an academic career in strategic marketing. The course is designed to be practical in its output, as well as being rigorous in its use of theories underpinning the various courses. The course is not designed to be industry specific and examples will draw upon a wide spectrum of industries including financial services, consumer services, and business-to-business. E-commerce and interactive marketing will naturally be incorporated into the programme relating to these business sectors.
A significant departure for a degree of this nature is the replacement of the normal dissertation with a practical Marketing Plan. This is the critical part of the programme and indeed important to the role of strategic marketing in an organisation. The aim is to integrate and apply core course concepts, skills and techniques holistically, experientially and in a self-guiding context in order to construct and present a complete marketing plan for an organisation. It is our belief that candidates leaving the programme will have a distinct advantage in the competitive employment market.
Application forms and further informaiton can be obtained from:
Appointment or promotion to the rank of Associate Professor, full-time, requires meritorious publications and substantive contributions to education and/or clinical practice. The scholarly achievement of candidates for promotion to Associate Professor should be indicated by national recognition among their peers.Is associate professor the same as senior lecturer? ›
Senior lecturer is an academic rank. In the United Kingdom, Ireland, New Zealand, Australia, Switzerland, and Israel senior lecturer is a faculty position at a university or similar institution. The position is tenured and is roughly equivalent to an associate professor in the North American system.What is a marketing professor? ›
Marketing professors are responsible for teaching students about the principles of marketing. They may cover topics such as branding, advertising strategy, customer service, and other related areas. Marketing professors often have a background in marketing or business management themselves.How do I write a cover letter for a tenure track? ›
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After PhD, the appointment starts with Lecturer, then gradually Associate Professor and Professor depending on research/teaching experience. Beside these, professor of Emeritus is given to extraordinary professor after their retirement.What is the highest level of professor? ›
Professors are tenure-track or tenured faculty. In the United States there are three ranks of professor: Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, and Full Professor.What is the salary of senior professor in India? ›
Senior Professor salary in India ranges between ₹ 3.0 Lakhs to ₹ 39.0 Lakhs with an average annual salary of ₹ 18.3 Lakhs. Salary estimates are based on 58 salaries received from Senior Professors.Is Dean higher than professor? ›
Such a dean is usually a tenured professor from one of the departments but gives up most teaching and research activities upon assuming the deanship. Other senior administrative positions in higher education may also carry the title of dean (or a lesser title such as associate dean or assistant dean).
Professor. A professor is the highest academic title held at a college, university, or postsecondary institution. Professors are accomplished and recognized academics — and usually considered experts in their areas of interest.What does a PhD in marketing do? ›
Individuals with a Ph. D. in marketing should have a thorough knowledge of topics such as data analysis, consumer behavior, and research methodology. This skillset can prepare them for careers in marketing consultation and research, postsecondary teaching, and top executive positions.
But an MBA does much more than help you get a top job. Achieving this degree can help you get a faculty position in a variety of subjects. MBA candidates have the option of an adjunct or tenured track. You can work part time or dedicate yourself full time to teach those who will one day be just like you.Can MBA become a professor? ›
As you have pursued MBA, you can apply for UGC NET Management subject. The minimum eligibility criteria to apply for this exam is Post-graduation with minimum 55% aggregate marks. For becoming a lecturer, you will have to write UGC NET exam and clear the same.How do I write a letter of interest for a faculty position? ›
Include a thesis statement outlining the reasons why you are applying for this job and what makes you an excellent candidate. Describe your achievements and qualifications. Use this opportunity to paint a picture of yourself in this job. Address requirements and desired skills outlined in the job posting.How do I write an application letter for a faculty position? ›
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What to include: - A brief opening statement including information about who you are and what your current role is. Including a key achievement which demonstrates your suitability for the role and Department you are applying to can help to create early impact and draw the reader in.What is better PhD or professor? ›
This is true, but Doctor is also an honorary title that is awarded to people who complete the highest degree in their chosen field of study which is known as the Ph. D. A professor is the highest ranking position in a university.
Beyond these items, academics can of course apply for second jobs just like anyone else, but this is rare, since academic work tends to bleed into weekends and holidays already. So in summary, the vast majority of university professors do not earn money beyond their salary (in nontrivial amounts). Yes, that is correct.At what age can you become a professor? ›
The Department of Collegiate Education's commissioner has changed the age limit to 40 years for general candidates, 43 years for categories, and 45 years for SC/ST candidates , according to the Karnataka Education Act.Who is the number 1 professor in the world? ›
Kenyan Peter Tabichi, who has been teaching for 12 years, was recently named the best teacher in the world.What is the difference between a lecturer and a professor? ›
Lecturers typically teach only undergraduate students in a university or college. As many don't have a postgraduate degree in their core subject or field, they may not have the right qualifications to teach graduate school courses. Professors typically require either a master's degree or a Ph.
Yes, there is. Both are academics professionally teaching in colleges and universities. While ostensibly both the terms are used to refer to teachers teaching in colleges and universities, there is quite a difference in role, qualification, expectations, remuneration and facilities. What is this?What is the salary of Professor after PhD? ›
The average salary of a professor in India is INR 6.26 L - 17.52 LPA.What is the pension of a Professor? ›
Average salary of an employee as Professor Retired is ₹18lakhs.Which university gives highest salary to Professor in India? ›
- FIITJEE Professor Salary - ₹28.8 Lakhs per year.
- Govt. ...
- Teerthanker Mahaveer University Professor Salary - ₹23.3 Lakhs per year.
- Narayana Educational Society Professor Salary - ₹22.4 Lakhs per year.
- Aakash Institute Professor Salary - ₹21.7 Lakhs per year.
Dynamic Emergency Alert Network (Kentucky) DEAN. Delhi Environment Action Network (India)Can you be a professor with a masters? ›
Hopeful professors must continue their education with a graduate degree. Generally, those who want to work as professors at community colleges are required to earn a master's degree, while those who want to teach at four-year colleges and universities should earn a doctorate.Can a tenured professor be fired? ›
Tenure, by definition, is an indefinite academic appointment, and tenured faculty can only be dismissed under extraordinary circumstances like financial exigency or program discontinuation.Is there a title higher than PhD? ›
However, the highest academic qualification in the United States is the Doctor of Philosophy (Ph. D.) degree, and as such is the highest academic equivalency possible. Degrees beyond this degree should be addressed in a professional resume or CV.What are the 4 types of degrees? ›
There are generally four categories of college degrees: associate degree, bachelor's degree, graduate degree, and doctorate or professional degree. Each category comes with its own particular subcategories, and there are some subtle differences between a doctorate and a professional degree.Is Dr higher than professor? ›
It is widely accepted that the academic title of Professor is higher than a Doctor, given that the job title of professor is the highest academic position possible at a university. Remember that the Doctor title here refers specially to a PhD (or equivalent doctoral degree) holder and not a medical doctor.
The average annual salary of a Phd. Marketing course graduates are around INR 2,00,000 to 10,00,000per annum.Is it worth to do PhD in marketing? ›
I and my marketing PhD friends debated this. So if you do experiments then marketing PhD is better than a psych PhD because you get paid more while doing similar research. If you are a quant marketing PhD then you are happy that you get paid more than operations but unhappy because you get less than finance.Is PhD in marketing good? ›
After completing PhD Marketing course, students have many job opportunities in India as well as abroad. Students will be able to find work as a Brand Manager, Market Research Analyst, New Product Manager, Teacher & Lecturer, Marketing Communications Leader etc.What is the salary of MBA professor? ›
MBA Faculty salary in India ranges between ₹ 0.2 Lakhs to ₹ 30.3 Lakhs with an average annual salary of ₹ 3.6 Lakhs.Can a PhD holder become professor? ›
Professors are specialized in a wide variety of academic subjects and fields and usually conducts research on their area of expertise. In order to become a Professor, candidates must complete their PhD in relevant subject from a recognised University.How much do top MBA professors make? ›
Business management professors make $90,167 per year on average, or $43.35 per hour, in the United States. Business management professors on the lower end of that spectrum, the bottom 10% to be exact, make roughly $52,000 a year, while the top 10% makes $154,000.Can I get a professor job after MSC? ›
Can you be a professor with a master's degree? You can become an assistant professor with a master's degree if you can fulfil the following conditions: You have at least 55% marks in the master's degree program from a recognised university. You have passed the UGC NET, UGC SET or CISR NET competitive exams.Do business professors need a PhD? ›
To become a business professor at any level, you must pursue an MBA at minimum, and probably a PhD or a DBA. Graduate education programs guide enrollees to cultivate executive leadership traits such as critical thinking, creative problem solving and informed decision-making.What PhD can you do after MBA? ›
Top PhD Programs After MBA in India:
PhD in Organizational Behaviour/Management. PhD in Behavioural Finance. PhD in Applied Statistics. PhD in Information Technology/Data Analytics.
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An Opportunity of life-long learning: As a professor, I need to be updated with the changes in my field. ii.) Helps me pursue my passion: This profession allows you to research on a wide variety of topics. This gives me the flexibility of choosing the topic of my interest.What should be included in a professor application? ›
Faculty application packets typically include a Cover Letter, a Curriculum Vitae (CV), Letters of Reference, a Research Statement and/or a Teaching Statement or Diversity Statement.How do you write an academic CV for faculty position? ›
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The best way to reveal your passion is to follow a statement of interest with examples of effort and experience. “I have a strong interest in diabetes. While working at So-and-So Diabetes Camp, I gained exposure to several diabetes management techniques and learned from experienced endocrinologists.”How long does it take to get promoted to associate professor? ›
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR: A. i) Good academic record with doctoral degree, with performing ability of high professional standard. ii) Eight years of experience of teaching at the University, College level and/or research in University/national level institutions equal to that of Assistant Professor in Universities/Colleges.How do you get promoted to associate professor to professor? ›
The criteria for promotion from associate professor with tenure to professor are excellence and potential in teaching, research, or extension, and a judgment on whether the individual has fulfilled the promise on which tenure was originally granted.What is the difference between a professor and a associate professor? ›
Some universities also expect leadership in developing the curriculum and in the teaching and management of staff and students. The difference between professor and associate professor is that there is less of an imperative to demonstrate leadership qualities for the title of associate professor.
For example, the term "associate" may describe an entry-level manager whose company plans to promote them to a higher-ranking managerial position in the future. Here are a few additional examples of associate jobs: Associate vice president. Associate director. Associate supervisor.How many publications does a full professor have? ›
Hires typically have around 11 publications, about a third as first author, plus strong teaching experience including instructor on record for several courses and various TAships (see Table 1). Up to and including the year they began their job… Table 1.What is requirements for promotion to full professor? ›
Promotion to Full Professor in Residence requires continued productivity in the areas of teaching, research and service, and a recognized national and/or international reputation as a leading teacher/scholar in the field.What is the salary of associate professor? ›
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It's usually called a joint, secondary or courtesy appointment. The purpose is to allow faculty to teach or do research in cross-disciplinary topics. Someone with a joint appointment is usually a full member of both departments and funded by both; secondary and courtesy appointments reflect a looser relationship.How do you get promoted from lecturer to senior lecturer? ›
Three main categories are used when assessing cases for promotion: Teaching, Research and Scholarship, and Management and Leadership. Candidates for promotion to Senior Lecturer are expected to have made: major contributions in two of the three categories, and an effective contribution in the third.What is the average age of a professor? ›
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According to the UGC (University Grants Commission), it is not necessary to obtain PhD in India for obtaining the post of assistant professor. It is mandatory only for the post of a Professor. Professors are teaching and research positions.What position is higher than associate? ›
Usually, an assistant is higher up the ladder than an associate, though the exact requirements will vary according to industry, so area-relevant research is important.Is associate higher than senior? ›
Many senior associates work as associates before receiving promotions or seeking a senior position. The associate position may be entry-level or require little experience, while a senior associate position may require that you have at least two to five years of professional experience.
If you want to get promoted, think more than skills, qualifications, and experience. The most promotable employees also have the right attitude -- and the right outlook on individual and team performance.